Vive Le Football to start an open beta from September 21 on Android and iOS

The Luyin Faith test begins this month!

NetEase Games ambitious soccer project, Vive Le Football has already gained immense popularity in the community. After successfully completing both the Forward Test and Green Faith Test, NetEase is finally set to start an open beta test for Vive Le Football for both PC and Mobile.

The test is scheduled to start this September 21st, 2022, and is titled Luyin Faith and introduces the former Chelsea player Didier Drogba as a brand new legend in the game. Besides the open beta, Vive Le Football is also set to start a non-deleting technical test exclusively on PC from September 9th with pre-download beginning from the previous day.

Vive Le Football open beta test will introduce new weather effects in the stadium

The football simulation gaming community has referred to Vive Le Football as the Chinese FIFA killer ever since Netease first introduced the game. A cross-platform football game called Vive Le Football features a variety of modes to keep players interested. Since then, Vive Le Football has been testing and refining the game for about a year.

The Street mode has been incredibly popular among the several playable game modes, including Story, Career, and PVP Modes. In this mode, participants compete in brief 2v2 or 3v3 matches in a tiny arena with a street theme to test their teamwork and individual abilities.

Additionally, NetEase Games has added stadium weather effects to the game namely snow and rain. From the Twitter account of Vive Le Football, we can see the visual effects that will affect a football match due to the weather and stadium effects. It can be really fascinating to play football in the snow, especially on a cold rainy night in Stoke.

Besides the FIFPro license, Vive Le Football has also acquired the official licenses of three popular football clubs, namely Benfica, PSV Eindhoven, and Standard de Liège. Earlier the game boasted the license of the current Serie A champion AC Milan since its first forward test.

As discussed earlier, the test will begin on September 21st, with a global release expected sometime later this year on both Android and iOS. Users can stay updated about all the information regarding the game’s open beta by visiting the official website or following the official social media handles.

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